On Fri, Jan 07, 2011 at 02:43:27PM +0100, Robin Gareus wrote:
hmm... with enough ram yes.
note that even without swap executable files are mmapped into the
processes addressspace, these pages can be dropped instantly, because
they already reside on disk. kernel likes doing that.
but with enough ram, you can assume most of the time, that ld.so faulted
the pages in, and they are going to remain mapped.
sure. if latency doesnt really matter, then that is the right choice.
RT is only about reliability :)
i know that latency doesnt really matter.
but for live FX and synths, it does matter.
thats probably a use case, which is not really used with transmission.
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